The Blind SideDaddy's Little GirlsFamily FuedSocial NetworkingMilkMalcom XThe Kings SpeechPearl Harbor (loosely based)Mommie DearestThe Basketball DiariesTitanic (loosely base…d)An American CrimeStuckGirl InterruptedMidnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (based on the nonfiction book of the same name)The Amityville Horror (only the opening murder)The Exorcism of Emily RoseOpen WaterTrain October Sky (based on the life of Homer Hickam)American GangsterErin BrockovichCasinoDonnie BrascoRudyRemember the TitansWalk the LineThe Pursuit of HappynessPublic EnemiesNotoriousMonsterA League of Their OwnChangelingAliveWe Are MarshallAwakeningsJFKThe Fugitive However, you should be aware that many of these movies are very loosely based on true events.
Writer/director Eli Roth got the idea for the Hostel movies from a Thai website he saw, which claimed to offer a "murder vacation": for $10,000 U.S. dollars, you could sho…ot a villager in the head. He says he has no idea whether the website was real, or just a sick hoax. This sort of stuff happens alot its referred to as "Snuff Porn" places like the deep web would have lots of videos and Line of Blood match (Fight to the death) location's.
No, no, and no. It was Hollywood history, made for entertainment purposes only.
The movie Philadelphia was inspired by the story of Geoffrey Bowers, an attorney who in 1987 sued the law firm Baker & McKenzie for unfair dismissal in one of the first AIDS d…iscrimination cases.
Nope, its completely fictional.
The movies are based on a trilogy of books written by the swedish author Jan Oscar Sverre Lucien Henri Guillou (didn't know his name was so long, did you^^) The Road to Jerus…alem (1998)The Knight Templar (1999)The Kingdom at the End of the Road (2000) I have'em all, I've read'em all and I recommend'em all, but to your question, sorry to say, it's just fiction and not an approved source of information for your exam, I learned it the hard way, at least you won't have to as well :-)
Yes indeed. In fact, if you watch the 1970's classic, "Chinatown", you will see a picture of the horse -- and the name -- on the front page of a racing paper in the scene wher…e Jake is sitting in on a meeting of the town council.
Unforgiven (1992) is a fictional movie. The script was written by David Webb Peoples.
No, it was based on a novel written by James Dickey. He also wrote the screenplay. It was loosely based on events related to the Author of the Novel, James Dickey and a certai…n canoe trip down the portion of the Coosawattee River now under Carter's Lake in GA. It was filmed along the Chatooga river, in N. E. GA
It's actually based on a true story about a deadly diphtheria epidemic that broke out in 1925.
Are you talking about the film "THE TUNNEL" (2001), then its based on true events. But if you're asking about the film "the tunnel" (2011), its a fake, it's not the true story…. So ultimately what you have seen is just a illusion!
No, as far as I can tell, the writers have never claimed that Insidious (2011) is based on or even inspired by a true story.
The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Yes. It is based on Henri "Papillion" Charriere